The head of the DPR Pushilin: Kyiv’s propaganda on the referendum is aimed at a Western audience
Ukraine’s propaganda about “violations” in the referendum on the entry of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) into Russia is aimed at a Western audience, said the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, TASS writes.
According to him, Ukrainian propaganda operates in its repertoire. “He tells how they vote at gunpoint, how the results are falsified. Let’s not even pay attention to it,” he said.
According to Pushilin, the authorities “understand and see everything very well.” “It’s all set up for a Western audience,” he called the goals of Kyiv’s propaganda about “violations” in the referendum
Earlier, Pushilin made a video message to fellow countrymen on the first day of the referendum on joining Russia. According to him, the voting is a “historic milestone” for the residents of Donbass and the liberated territories.
On Friday, September 23, a five-day referendum began on the issue of joining the DPR and LPR, as well as the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, into Russia. Polling stations for residents of these territories have already opened in Russia.